Work is like sex or food — you’re either getting it or looking for it. Comedian Roy Wood Jr. (correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah) explores the human condition every week through the prism of employment. Roy sits down with real people from ALL lines of work about their most memorable jobs, employment vacancies they're looking to fill, scams they've run at the office, and of course, the cringe-worthy office romances. Roy's famed humor is matched by his true empathy and curiosity for people. Join him on an entertaining exploration into the battle all of us fight every day. Balancing our need to provide with our need for emotional fulfillment. Learn from the people who got it right. Laugh with the rest of us, who constantly get it wrong. Welcome to the Job Fair.
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Awesome pod, funny and a good reality check sometimes too but without the doom and gloom.
You only show you @ the end of the Podcast. I would like to see JG & Third. Love the Podcast, but would like to see them. Third talks about being a BIG GUY, has hair on his face. Show me. JG always sounds like she is always smiling. I want to see. How about Narodo. He doesn’t show himself @ the end of his Podcast either. That is what I miss, even if its at the end.Can’t wait for the new season. more
First review I ever wrote. This show is absolutely hilarious. Highly recommend - I had to go back and listen to all of the episodes I missed from the beginning!
Amazing and amusing and most of all, laugh out loud funny. With the universal theme of being on the job. This is a pick-me-up heading in or leaving from your daily hustle.
This is seriously funny and informative at the same time. Roy and his cohosts keep it lively & have me feel like part of the conversation.I end up looking up the guests to get even more info.
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Roy's Job Fair launched a year ago and published 71 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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